Prague

November 19, 1999

Czech government and opposition leaders this week celebrated the tenth anniversary of the Velvet revolution, which ended 40 years of communist rule. The revolution was sparked by the police's brutal beating of students who had gathered in the capital to commemorate the Nazis' closure of Czech universities in 1939.

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